- Battle shaping up over 'Big Oil' lawsuit bill Updated: Feb-27-14 5:53 pm
- Record number of swans winter at Wyoming refuge Updated: Feb-27-14 4:10 pm
- EPA awards $5 million to fight invasive species Updated: Feb-25-14 7:44 pm
- Recycled Christmas trees dropped in Bayou Sauvage Updated: Feb-21-14 4:07 am
- White Mountain Apache shares in wetlands funding Updated: Feb-19-14 7:34 am
- NH landowner, developer to pay $40K in violations Updated: Feb-11-14 10:59 am
NEW ORLEANS - Supporters of a south Louisiana flood control board's lawsuit against scores of oil and gas companies over erosion of coastal wetlands announced plans Thursday to fight legislation they say could undermine not only the lawsuit but the political independence of the board.
GREEN RIVER, Wyoming - Their big, white bodies dotted smooth sections of the Green River as the water curved through the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge. The swans gathered in groups and pairs, taking advantage of the refuge's open water and abundant food.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - About $5 million in federal grants will fund projects targeting aquatic and land-based invasive species in the Great Lakes region that threaten native fish and damage the economy, officials said Tuesday.
NEW ORLEANS - More than 12,000 Christmas trees collected in Orleans Parish after the holidays were airlifted into the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge as part of a program to create new marsh habitat.
WHITERIVER, Arizona - An eastern Arizona tribe will share more than $1.5 million in grant money to protect wetlands from water pollution.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - A New Hampshire property owner and a developer have agreed to pay the state $40,000 to resolve violations of wetlands laws.